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Schenectady City Council holds off on building rehab

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The City Council put the brakes Monday on a plan to give a private developer $1.3 million to rehabilitate the former Schenectady County Department of Social Services building. Instead, council members proposed spending $500,000 to demolish the historic building, leaving a clear lot for The Galesi Group to build new apartments. The council is considering a $3 million loan from the federal government to demolish derelict houses. With the change in spending, the city could ...

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